I love decorating the porch for fall!
Everything looks so tired and dry after the LONG hot summer, it is so fun to fix it up with beautiful fall flowers and pumpkins. Something I had my eye on at the garden store was this really neat stone cauldron for a potted plant. It was really expensive, so I decided to do without it this year. Then I found this 0.97 cauldrons at CVS and I decided to transform them into a planter!
You know I love my spray paint (check out my MUST read tips for spray paint). I shopped around and found the perfect color and texture.
Now I have a stone cauldron for the porch! Here is how you can turn a Plastic Cauldron into a Stone Planter!
- Cheap Plastic Cauldron
- Spray Paint (Rustoleum Texture)
- Drill (or screwdriver & hammer)
Spray with about Two Coats the texture spray until completely covered!
Once it is dried, drill or poke holes in the bottom for good drainage. I poked about five.
Plant a small plant, making sure to add rocks at the bottom. Check out my easy guide for mums, that is what I added to mine!
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